Assassin's Creed Plush Toys For the Holidays

john scrips By john scrips, 15th Nov 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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With the holidays approaching quickly, people everywhere are looking for the best gifts. This can be tricky if your loved ones have everything or they don't give you a wish list. Here is a great toy to get your loved ones if they love video games.

Video Game Plush Toys

Video games are still a great hobby for people of all ages. They love to play all the new titles and be involved with the game. For younger players I believe video game plush toys are becoming popular because gamers like to collect them. One of my personal favorites is the Assassin's Creed Plush toys. They are very realistic looking and are a great collectors piece. I would highly recommend this toy if you want to love the game. Plush toys also make for great stocking stuffers. They are small and fit perfectly in the stockings. I remember all I asked for for Christmas when I was little was Super Mario plush toys. Now that gaming has evolved, Assassin's Creed is a popular title that should not be ignored.

I would like to think Toys R Us is a great place to find video game plush toys however, they over price their items. I was there the other day and found an Assassin's Creed Plushie for $20 bucks. I popped the web later that day and found many great places that had the same one for much cheaper. You can find an assortment of video game plush toys which will make for a great Christmas gift.

This Christmas, spoil your loved ones and get them something they are sure to love. I know personally, my kids are huge gamers so they are going to be thrilled to open up my presents to them. Have a great holiday season everyone and enjoy watching the faces on your children when they find this great gift!


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